Slavery and warfare were inextricably intertwined in the history of Britain’s North American colonies and, subsequently, the ...
The attorney and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative joins Vox Conversations to discuss the newly expanded Legacy Museum, ...
More than 150 years after the Confederacy fell, the colored troops are being honored in Franklin with a statue. Here are some ...
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I am Black. I am a Black woman. The dehumanized treatment of my Haitian sisters and brothers pains me, because their reality ...
In an era where racial justice continues to be a topic in the U.S., the newly expanded Legacy Museum in Montgomery aims to ...
READ FULL ARTICLE Among the crew was Gunroom Cook Charles Anderson, a black man and possibly an American escaping enslavement. He said he was from Port Robinson, in Canada. Thousands of escaping ...
It was 26 years ago, October 16, 1995, that we stood firmly together, 2 million plus strong in Washington, D.C. Called to action by Min. Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam and the critical juncture ...
Opportunity Hoarding and Segregation in the Age of Inequality,” Sheryll Cashin demonstrates how durable and pervasive ...
One year after activists toppled the statue of 18th century Franciscan priest Junipero Serra outside of a former Spanish mission in San Rafael, attorneys and supporters of five people implicated ...
Allison Brown, whose account comprised 20 of those charges, described her experience of being groomed then sexually exploited as “psychological enslavement” by a mentor who she entrusted with ...